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The exhibition is an integral part of the “Practice / Space” special project presented by the Institute of Contemporary Art Problems (IPSI) at the IV Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art.
OPENING: July 8 at 19.00, DATES: July 9 - July 23, SQUARE: Gallery "Nagornaya" / 10, Remizova St., ARTIST: Ekaterina Lupanova, EXHIBITION CURATOR: Nadezhda Busheneva.
The “Practices / Spaces” project of the Institute of Contemporary Art Problems consists of two personal exhibitions of graduates - “Exhibition Space Methodology” by Ekaterina Lupanova in the gallery “Nagornaya” and “Autonomous Replicas” by Jan Tamkovich in the artist’s workshop in the Center for Contemporary Art.
Young authors, many of whom are among the most active representatives of the Moscow scene, present projects in which addressing the specific and the local creates the conditions for the reflection of globally significant processes - such as: the role of art in modern society, the impact of communication technologies on culture and social interactions.
Commentary by curator and artist Stas Shuripa: “Ekaterina Lupanova’s project“ Exhibition Space Methodology ”is built around experiments with conventional exhibition space. The artist focuses on the politics of representation and the conditions for the existence of art in social systems. The exhibition hall appears as a medium of communication, which includes society, its ideas about itself and expectations aimed at the figure of the artist. The vocabulary of social interactions, embodied by the works of architecture and design, becomes a source of material for constructing situations in which the very possibility of aesthetic experience is the subject of critical observation. Exploring the erased, barely distinguishable signals that permeate public spaces, Ekaterina Lupanova makes visible those schemes and scenarios that give us the opportunity to see the world around us in the familiar system of sociocultural coordinates.
In the installation “Autonomous Replicas” by Jan Tamkovich, stories about the origins of the avant-garde and modern logistics systems form networks of associations disguised in the atmosphere of a post-industrial elegy. The artist transforms the premises of his workshop, located in the Factory of Creative Industries Center, into an environment saturated with meanings, opening up opportunities for unexpected reconstructions of selected moments in the history of art. Tamkovich gives the narrator the rights of this multilayered space itself; filled with traces of diverse phenomena and forces, it not only becomes a machine of interpretations, but also acquires the traits of subjectivity. Staging scenes from the history of modernism, the preference for cubist or Fauvist visual idioms serve as tools for studying the role that the view and perception play in the life of modern societies. ”
ARTIST: Ekaterina Lupanova
Born in Moscow in 1986. In 2008, she graduated from Moscow State University of Printing Arts, in 2012 - the Institute of Contemporary Art, is currently studying at the BAZA Institute. Personal project “Almost nothing”, START young art platform, winery (2013). Group exhibitions
Experimental exhibition of students of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Gallery Random (2012); “In the open air”, ARTPLAY (2012), “Towards the unknown”, Central House of Artists (2012); “Love of the earth, heavenly and all”, project Factory (2013); “Industrial practice”, Art Museum of the city of Cherepovets (2013); “On the eve of paradise”, TSSI falcon (2013); "MMXIII *", gallery "Perimeter", Electrozavod; TAINT, GRAD Gallery, London (2014).
The Moscow Exhibition Halls Association is a new project of the Moscow Department of Culture dedicated to the decentralization of culture and the modernization of the activities of cultural organizations. The association includes 18 exhibition halls located in 10 districts of Moscow. The projects and programs of the Association are designed to create a special cultural environment of the city with wide opportunities for professional and amateur creativity. (www.vzmoscow.ru).
The Institute of Contemporary Art Problems is one of the leading universities in Moscow, where young artists can get a systematic idea of what contemporary art is, how it works and, most importantly, how to become an artist today. The project “New Art Strategies” continues for the fifteenth year and has already had a definite impact on the artistic situation. Thus, many artists who have appeared on the Moscow art scene in recent years are graduates of New Art Strategies. they are often invited to participate in the Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art, and also actively participate in exhibition activities in Russia and abroad.
Gallery "Nagornaya" began its work in 1978. This is the first state gallery in Moscow. Initially, the gallery showed mainly academic painting (socialist realism, critical realism, “severe style”, “left” MOSH), but over the years the focus has shifted towards the use of traditional painting techniques in modern art and the interaction of academic painting of the XX-XXI centuries and non-pictorial forms of modern art such as installation, performance, multimedia, photography.
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